About the Course

***24th Apr 2022***

The one-day virtual course on Friday 29th April is now FULLY BOOKED

We are awaiting confirmation of dates for the two day in person course in December 2022 and once these are available we will confirm ticket prices

***26th Jan 2022***

I am happy to announce that the Cambridge Dementia Course will be running again in 2022. 

After a two year break owing to Covid, we plan to restart with a one-day virtual course on Friday 29th April 2022, followed by a two-day in person course in December 2022 (dates to be confirmed). The one-day course will mirror the introductory day of the last three-day course in 2019, with the two-day course moving on to the more advanced topics. Delegates can opt to attend one, the other, or both (attending the virtual course is not a pre-requisite for attending in person in December). Along the way we will share our experience of how we have striven to continue providing a clinical service during lockdown, with tips on how we have managed our remote consultations & assessments.

The relaunch of CDC will bring other changes. Jeremy Brown, founder of the course, has now retired from NHS practice and we are currently recording an entirely new set of teaching videos to replace those that have served us so well in previous courses. We look forward to sharing these and other new content with you later in the year.

With best regards

Dr Andrew Graham
Course Director

The Cambridge Dementia Course, held in Cambridge UK, is designed to give an understanding of the diagnosis and management of patients with dementia and covers Alzheimer’s Disease, Frontotemporal Dementia, Lewy Body Dementia, Prion Disease and rarer forms of Dementia.

The Course is aimed at specialist registrars and newly appointed consultants in Neurology, Old Age Psychiatry, Liaison Psychiatry and Elderly Medicine; plus nurses, psychologists & neuropsychologists working in the dementia field. However, other professionals are very welcome to apply.

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The course is run by Dr Andrew Graham, Dr Tim Rittman, & Dr Clare Galton, Consultants in the Memory Clinic at Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge. As in previous successful courses the course will be taught by consultants from the Cambridge memory clinic, with invited speakers from across the UK.